Photographer and Videographer. The bride has questions about the wedding.

Wedding Videographer and Photographer.

You should consider hiring a videographer, who will capture the events of your wedding day in high definition. They can also help you create a music video that you can share on social media, which is often more fun than simply posting photos.

Photographers are important too! They will take pictures of you and your family and friends throughout the event, as well as get some great shots when it’s time for portraits.

There are many factors to consider when choosing a wedding photographer or videographer. How do you choose?

How do we know you’re the photographer for us? Find the best.

  • You should be confident in your skills — and so are we.
  • Your portfolio should show the kind of work you do, as well as a range of styles, from documentary photography to more artistic shots. We’re looking for someone who can help us create a cohesive narrative and vision for our wedding day photos.
  • We have a lot of experience in event photography and have worked with many brides. We have a lot of different pictures to show you from recent weddings and receptions that demonstrate our skills. In addition to these examples, we also have experience in doing various other photo shoots like engagement photo shoots and family portraits.

How much should you spend on photography and videography for a wedding?

In short, the more you spend on photography and videography, the better quality you will get.

It’s simple economics: the more experienced a photographer is, the more they will charge for their services. The more time they have to spend on your wedding day, the more they will charge for those services as well.

Is wedding videography for a wedding worth it?

Yes. Videography is an important part of your wedding experience. It can help you and your family remember the moments of your day, and it allows you to relive them for years to come. Your wedding video can be used for many occasions:

  • You could watch it on anniversaries or birthdays as a reminder of what happened in the past year or birthday.
  • Your children could watch their parents get married when they grow up—and then show it to their children someday!
  • Your grandchildren’s weddings will be recorded forever thanks to this precious footage!

What is the difference between wedding photography, event photography, and portrait photography?

Wedding photography is a combination of both event photography and portrait photography. The main difference between a wedding photographer and an event photographer is that your wedding photographer will be taking photos of you only, while an event photographer will take photos of everyone in attendance at your event. Portraits are usually taken using a studio setting or on location with natural light. Portrait photographers usually focus on capturing expressions and emotions in a single image.

Can a photographer do videography?

Yes, a photographer can do videography. Photographers are not necessarily videographers and vice versa.

A photographer is someone who takes photos and may or may not know how to edit them; a videographer records a video and knows how to edit it as well as shoot it. Marriage and wedding films should be constructed in a manner that focuses on emotion and feeling to create memories that will remain alive over the years and resonate with viewers.

What are family formals?

The family formals are the formal photos of the wedding party and family. The bride needs to know exactly what she wants. She needs to be prepared, on time, and ready for her photographer. She also has to be patient with her photographer as sometimes it can take some time to get people together in one place (especially if they are not used to being in front of a camera).

Can you shoot a same-sex wedding?

Yes, we are happy to shoot same-sex weddings. We will do anything we can to make your wedding special and capture all the important moments, from getting ready before the ceremony to the first dance at the reception. We understand that every wedding is different, so we approach each one differently. Our aim is always to be sensitive and respectful of your wishes.

Do brides regret not having local wedding vendors?

When it comes to the wedding, no one wants to regret anything. Do brides regret not having local wedding videographers? The answer is yes. Wedding photos and videos are a great way to remember your special day and share it with friends and family members who couldn’t attend. They’re also a great way to show your children how you got married so they can feel like they were there too!

Do you offer payment plans?

Payment plans are available for all of our wedding packages.
If you are interested in a payment plan, please let us know when you inquire about your wedding photography and videography package.

Who will capture your wedding?

The first thing to think about when hiring a photographer is who will be shooting your big day. You want to make sure that the person who captures all of your special moments has the experience and a personality that can handle any situation. The best way to do this is by looking at their work, which will give you an idea of their style and if they are right for what you’re looking for in terms of how they present themselves in photos.
Also important: is availability! A lot goes into planning a wedding, so whoever you hire must be available on the date(s) of your big day.

We offer affordable wedding photography prices

She wants to know what you charge and how much time you need. She is looking for a photographer who will capture her big day with style, grace, and emotion. She wants to find someone who will take the time to get to know her and be able to capture the moments that are important to her.
The bride knows what she wants from her wedding photographer but doesn’t always know how to put it into words. That’s where we come in! We can help you explain exactly what you want from your photography vendor by giving them examples of our work and showing them samples of our past weddings. This will give them a clear picture of what they can expect from working with us on your big day!

Do you have a dedicated second shooter, or do you photograph solo?

You’re probably wondering if you should get a solo photographer or a team of two. Both have their pros and cons, and it’s important to consider your needs before making a decision.
Solo photographers are usually cheaper, but you will be limited in the number of images you receive for your money. A solo photographer can also offer you an additional service: a second shooter at an additional cost (or at no cost if the package includes it). A second shooter is great for coverage, but many brides find that having two photographers creates too much noise during the ceremony and reception—they may prefer someone who is more discreet in his movements while still getting all the key shots.

How long will it take to get our photos back? Video edits?

Photographers and videographers should be able to give you an estimate of how long it will take for them to get your photos back, but there isn’t a hard and fast rule. The average turnaround time is 6-8 weeks, but this can vary depending on the number of guests at your wedding, whether or not there are special events in the area (like other weddings), and other factors. Some photographers offer rush jobs that they’ll complete within three weeks for an additional fee.
If your photographer offers a wide range of packages—and most do—and buying prints from him/her will set you back thousands of dollars for hundreds more shots than you want, then consider finding someone else who does digital downloads only.

You can get better answers if you know what to ask.

As a photographer and videographer, I get asked the same questions over and over again. And while you must have your questions in mind, it helps to know what to ask as well.
Here are some examples:
  • What is the timeline for the wedding? Who will be there and when? How long does everything take from start to finish?
  • How long will we be shooting before the ceremony starts (or after it ends)? Is there anything specific you want to be captured during those times?
  • Are there any locations or moments where photos or video footage would be inappropriate (e.g., inside a church)? Where do you want me positioned during these times (e.g., outside of a church)? When should I give cues so that everyone knows when/where we are supposed to go next (e.g., how long before each transition)?
How do you want to be addressed during the ceremony and reception? What is your preferred form of communication (phone calls, emails)? Do you have any restrictions on when/where I can take photos or video footage? Should I contact anyone else in advance of the wedding day so that they know what’s going on and are ready for us when we arrive?

Can one package include a wedding photographer and videographer?

Yes! It is possible to get both the photographer and videographer in one package. Keep in mind that this means you are paying for two services, so your total cost will be higher than if you had just gone with one vendor.

The videographer is responsible for capturing all of the moments as they unfold on your wedding day. He or she will capture all of the key events, from the first look to the last dance and everything in between. The photographer handles everything else: capturing portraits of all of your favorite people, creating beautiful images that tell a story about your celebration, preserving memories through candid shots taken throughout the day, and editing them together into an album full of stories worth remembering forever.

Both photographers and videographers are professionals who know how to work together seamlessly — but if you want two separate (and equally talented) teams working hard behind the scenes on your wedding day then this option is right up your alley!

Why do wedding photographers have two cameras?

Professional photographers and videographers have two cameras for a variety of reasons.

One camera is used to capture the images of the bride and groom during the wedding ceremony, while the second camera is used to capture video from a different angle.

The second camera could also be used for capturing video of the bride and groom getting ready together before their big day. A time-lapse sequence of them getting ready can be amazing!


When you’re planning your wedding, it’s important to remember that this is one of the most important days of your life. You want everything to go perfectly, and having a great photographer will help make sure that happens! Whether it’s a friend or family member or someone who specializes in weddings, make sure they understand what’s important to you so they can capture all those special moments on camera.